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From Middle English stoned (simple past) and stoned, istoned (past participle), equivalent to stone +‎ -ed.

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  1. simple past and past participle of stone

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stoned (comparative more stoned, superlative most stoned)

  1. Containing stones.
  2. Having had the stones removed.
  3. (slang, now rare) Drunk; intoxicated by alcohol.
    Synonyms: blotto, ebrious, paralytic, wasted; see also Thesaurus:drunk
    • 2002, Frederick J. Spencer, Jazz and Death: Medical Profiles of Jazz Greats:
      'He could be a mean drunk,' said saxophonist Artie Drelinger. ' [] Booze was his priority, and when he was stoned he could be a son of a bitch.'
  4. (slang) High on drugs, especially cannabis.
    Synonyms: high, geeked, blazed, baked, fried, chopped; see also Thesaurus:stoned
    We got stoned and ate four bags of potato chips.
    • 1971, Jim Morrison (lyrics and music), “The WASP (Texas Radio and the Big Beat)”, in L.A. Woman, performed by The Doors:
      Out here on the perimeter, there are no stars / Out here we is stoned, immaculate
    • 1972, Harry Chapin (lyrics and music), “Taxi”, in Heads & Tales:
      And me, I'm flying in my taxi / Taking tips, and getting stoned / I go flying so high, when I'm stoned
    • 2008, Steven Wilson (lyrics and music), “Normal”, in We Lost The Skyline, performed by Porcupine Tree:
      Stoned in the mall the kids play / And in this way wish away each day
    • 2018, Jeph Jacques, Questionable Content (webcomic), 3879: Pointy Boi:
      "Hey babe. Claire and her mom got way too stoned and a random borzoi wandered into the house and we need an adult. ... Yeah that's pretty much how I expected today to go too."
  5. (slang) Exhilarated; intoxicated by something (such as love) other than drugs or alcohol.
    • 1972, John W. Drakeford, Children of Doom: A Sobering Look at the Commune Movement, Nashville: Broadman Press:
      "I am stoned on Jesus! He turns me on and gives me something drugs never could!"
    • 2014, Susan Scott, Call Me Captain: A Memoir of a Woman at Sea, University of Hawaii Press, →ISBN, page 112:
      I had told them my sailing plans—a few voyages and then Palmyra—but learned almost nothing about them except they were stoned on life. They were so in love with each other and so enamored with their six-month-old baby, []
    • 2016, Heidi Patullo, Imperfukt: ...And Never Happier!, iUniverse, →ISBN:
      Perhaps I even looked stoned on life with that ever-present smile on my face []

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Borrowed from English stoned.

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stoned (comparative stoneder, superlative stonedst)

  1. stoned, high (under the influence of drugs, especially recreational drugs)

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Inflection of stoned
uninflected stoned
inflected stonede
comparative stoneder
positive comparative superlative
predicative/adverbial stoned stoneder het stonedst
het stonedste
indefinite m./f. sing. stonede stonedere stonedste
n. sing. stoned stoneder stonedste
plural stonede stonedere stonedste
definite stonede stonedere stonedste
partitive stoneds stoneders